Skip to main content

About your Search

20130101
20130131
STATION
KPIX (CBS) 12
KQED (PBS) 6
KRCB (PBS) 6
SFGTV 6
WJZ (CBS) 4
WETA 3
CSPAN 2
KTVU (FOX) 2
LINKTV 2
SFGTV2 2
CSPAN2 1
KICU 1
KOFY 1
WBFF (FOX) 1
WHUT (Howard University Television) 1
( more )
LANGUAGE
English 52
Search Results 0 to 49 of about 52 (some duplicates have been removed)
neighborhood. i think there's a lot to celebrate there. the process that supervisor wiener and mary brown have followed has been have been good however i'm completely opposed to this particular proposal. i believe that it is redundant in many ways, it's burdensome to the people who live and own in the neighborhood. and it provides nothing for our neighborhood, and in particular the park, which even as mary mentioned is central to the history of the neighborhood. i've actually e-mailed all of you my specific articles so you have that detailed. what i want to put on the record today is a list of 18 residences, 16 are owners, all of them are opposed to this designation. this is not lent to represent everyone who is opposed but those who i could speak with personally and gave me permission to present their names today. so i have -- i was at the mercy of someone else's printer so i only have one copy but i will provide that. and so despite what i believe are the best intentions by the city to run a survey, i know that myself, i did not receive a card in the mail. i know several other neighbors were
pa park. >> good afternoon, commissioners, mary brown, department preservation staff. i have prepared a slide show to show images of buildings and character defining features in the district and this will play continuously throughout my presentation. the item before you is to provide recommendation to the board of supervisors on the proposed duboce park landmark district. pursuant to article 10 of the planning code the planning commission has requested to provide review and comment on three items specifically. first, to address the consistency of the proposed designation with the policies embodied in the general plan and priority policies of section 101.1. in particular, the provision of housing to meet the city's regional housing needs allocation and the provision of housing near transit corridors. second, to identify any amendments to the general plan necessary to facilitate adoption of the proposed designation. and third, to evaluate whether the district would conflict with the sustainable community strategy for the bay area. the proposed district is bounded by waller street, stein
the machine there or not. i think you should just continue. >> good afternoon, supervisors, mary brown, planning department staff to present the proposed designation for sam jordan's bar as an individual poland lark under article 10 of the planning code. at the request of the land owner the project was added to the land mark work program in 2011. at both the june and july hearing the historic commission voted unanimously in favor of the building based on its historical significance. to summarize, the build is significant for its association with the life of a person significant in our past. it is a physical location and geographic locus of the life work of sam jordan. jordan was a prominent business, political, social and cultural leader in the bayview neighborhood through the middle decades of the 20th century. sam jordan's support of african american entrepreneurship, civil rights and political involvement began before 1958 when he took ownership of the bar and remained constant until his death in 2003. his influence extended far beyond the neighborhood to include the larger sphe
. mary brown is turning 86 today. it's a bittersweet occasion as her twin sister vivian passed away a few weeks ago. they are planning a cocktails and cake party at the sir francis drake. they are inviting everyone to help them sing happy birthday to her. very good. >>> time now 6:26. let's go to sal. where are you look something >> we're looking a the the south bay this time. northbound 280 traffic does look good getting up to highway 17. it has been a very nice drive passing 880. also the morning commute on the sunol grade southbound you can see for yourself it's doing well. getting a little more crowded as you wonder through. let's go to steve. >>> thank you, sal. we have a lot of clouds around. temperatures are on the mild side. upper 40s and low 50s. it might feel a little cooler. without much of a breeze that has set up shop. it will be with us through 9:00. system to the north is pushing all that cloud cover and rain. 60s for temps. we'll have more onlying up in ten minutes on your weekend forecast. >>> thank you. 49ers fans get ready for pro football biggest game. the big change y
myung moon / unification church fouuderppyylis dillee / comedienne tonyyscott / director marie colvin / journalistandrew breitbart / publisher and blogger helee gurley brown / cosmopolitan editoo-in-chiefadam "mca" yauch / beastie oys rapper dunnee / boxing trainero sheeman hhmsley /actor eenesttborgnine / actoryitzhak shamir / former israeli prime ministtr arthur ochs sulzberger / new york times publisherdick clark / television hoot neil armssrong / astronnutsally ride / astronautmaurice sendak /"where the wild things are" authorwhitney houston / singerandy griffitt / actorrrchard daason / family feud hostlarry hagman / aatorhector camacho / boxer ettt james singerdon corneeius / soul traii host arlen specter / former senatoo (d-pa)andy williams /singer ddnna summer / singer jenni rivera /singer dave brubeck / 3 jazzzmusicianravi shaanar / mmssiian and composernora ephron / wriier and director rodney king / civil righhs activist steve saboll/ nfl films fouuderrobin ibbb/ beeegees ssnger michael clarke duncan / accor hal david / ongwriter coming up in our 6 coming up in o
films, including "the parent trap," "chitty chitty bang bang," and, of course, "mary poppins." in this segment, maria hall-brown sits down with sherman and discovers that every note he writes is deeply personal. ♪ step in time ♪ ♪ link your elbows, step in time ♪ ♪ never need a reason never need a rhyme ♪ ♪ link you elbows step in time ♪ >> maria hall-brown: a little stepping in time with the musical stage version of mary poppins, and a little personal time with the incomparable richard sherman serenading me with one of the classic whimsies he composed with his brother robert for the original 1964 film "mary poppins." ♪ when the day is gray and ordinary ♪ ♪ mary makes the sun shine bright ♪ >> maria: the film that brought us the biggest and perhaps most memorable word ever... >> richard: bob and i made the word up. but it's longer than the real longest word in the dictionary which is antidisestablishmentarianism. that's a real word. i said, we gotta get a longer word than that. and so we made up this word supercalifragilistic- expialidocious. >> m
: linda marie macdonald >>> governor brown preparing to unveil his budget plan this morning. where he wants to distribute your tax dollars. >> how an alleged bay area plot to cover up an affair ended in murder. >> told temperatures and showers moving -- cold temperatures and showers moving over the bay area. a look at your seven-day forecast coming up. >> and windy conditions out there. i'll tell you what that means for your morning commute. >> good morning, everyone. it's thursday, january 10. i'm michelle griego. >> hi, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. time now 5:00. >>> new this morning a former death row inmate tells police he killed his mother. cbs 5 reporter anne makovec is in vallejo with more. >> reporter: this story is an argument against giving someone a second chance. here's the story of dennis stanworth. here's his picture. he is 70 years old. and police say he called them around noon to say he killed his 89-year-old mother nelly. he has a long history including kidnapping, sexual assault in the '60s. he was sentenced to death but
. to lose that is really very sad. >> brown: all right. mary jane deeb. thank you so much >> thank you. >> brown: you can watch all of fred's story on the ahmed baba collection on our web site. >> ifill: finally tonight, the story of the first u.s. veteran to receive a double arm transplant. doctors at johns hopkins hospital in baltimore, where the surgery was performed last month, released details of the operation today, and the reaction from the patient himself. ifill: for 26-year-old brendan marrocco, a retired army sergeant it was a moment four years in the making >> it feels amazing. it's something that i was waiting for, for a long time. now that it finally happened, i really don't know what to say because it's just such a big thing for my life. it's just fantastic. >> ifill: in 2009 then private marrocco lost both arms and both legs in a roadside bombing outside baghdad. and then just over a month ago he received a rare double arm transplant. today he was discharged from johns hopkins hospital in baltimore. dr. w.p. andrew lee led the team that performed the 13-hour operation. >
to catalogue, preserve and restore manuscripts. >> brown: for more, we are joined by mary jane deeb, chief of the african and middle eastern division at the library of congress. deeb was involved in the digital curation of timbuktu manuscripts with the help of one of the ancient city's librarians. the views she expresses here are own. first we want to be careful about how much we know or don't know, right? at this point, we're seeing some reports of some of these manuscripts have in fact been saved >> absolutely. this is the case in many wars. in iraq it was the same thing so at first they say everything has been destroyed. when we get closer we see that the librarians themselves saved the manuscripts. the owners and directors of those libraries, the people who work there are aware of the danger and they start pulling them out and hiding them >> brown: give us a sense of the owners of the libraries. there are small pvate librars. there's one larger research. tell us a little bit about the place and the libraries >> reporter: traditionally both in africa and the middle east, the owners of t
sad. >> brown: all right. mary jane deeb. thank you so much >> thank you. >> brown: you can watch all of fred's story on the ahmed baba collection on our web site. >> ifill: finally tonight, the story of the first u.s. veteran to receive a double arm transplant. doctors at johns hopkins hospital in baltimore, where the surgery was performed last month, released details of the operation today, and the reaction from the patient himself. ifill: for 26-year-old brendan marrocco, a retired army sergeant it was a moment four years in the making >> it feels amazing. it's something that i was waiting for, for a long time. now that it finally happened i really don't know what to say because it's just such a big thing for my life. it's just fantastic. >> ifill: in 2009 then private marrocco lost both arms and both legs in a roadside bombing outside baghdad. and then just over a month ago he received a rare double arm transplant. today he was discharged from johns hopkins hospital in baltimore. dr. w.p. andrew lee led the team that performed the 13-hour operation. >> only six other patients have
and mary mcleod beithune, john brown, frederick douglass, john lennon and howard zinn are there. happy to be surrounded there is no system, no system now in place that can change the disastrous course the earth is on. who can doubt this? the male leaders of earth appear to have abandoned their very senses, though most appear to live now entirely in their heads. they murder humans and other animals forests and rivers and mountains every day they are in office and never seem to notice it. they eat and drink devastation. women of the world. women of the world, is this devastation us? would we kill whole continents for oil or anything else rather than limit the number of consumer offspring we produce and learn how to make our own fire? democratic womanism. democratic socialist womanism. a system of governance we can dream and imagine and build together. one that recognizes at least 6000 years of brutally enforced complicity in the assassination of mother earth, but foresees 6000 years ahead of us when we will not submit. what will we need? a hundred years. at least to plan. 500 will be han
of these shootings. >>> one of san francisco's most photographed and most recognized woman has died. vivian brown and her sister mary ann had been fixtures throughout the city. the twins made friends and drew attention wherever they went in their matching outfits and matching smiles. the brown twins were featured in 25 television commercials over the years. mayor ed lee said the city is heartbroken and called vi -- vivian brown a true friend of san francisco. >>> the count down is on at candle stick park to tomorrow's nfl play off game between the 49ers and green bay packers. meantime another clock is ticking to the day when football at the stick will be just another memory. david stevenson tells us how crews are spifing up the stadium. >> reporter: the 49ers geared up for saturday's big play off game. >> it's winner takes all right. everything is on the line. >> reporter: it's prompted extra precautions for the 65 to 66,000 excited green bay and 49ers football fans expected to pack the park and the parking lots before and after the game. >> we ask people to come out a little earlier. especially
of the year ken did you see it? >> i did. >> there is a reason we are not leading we will brown james. a s for life. wire.. >>> st. mary's was trying to hand byu their first conference loss to have year. bennett's scales were down to start the game game high 22, tied with seconds to go bui had the basketball. pgh >>> >> at bihyu, 14 and 4, 69 the final. >>> lebron james came into the golden state, 18 points from becoming the youngest player ever to get 20,000 points. th pgh >>> >> seth curry sat out he has a right ankle injury. boy they felt it. drains the floater, 20,001 career points, youngest in the history to have game to get to that level. >>> chris bob had it. never close 92-75 ouch. >>> 49ers back at practice for the first time since they beat the pangers. national media descending on team headquarters, jim harbaugh decorated the longer room with players pictures from high school days. pgh >>> >> black and white pictures in 1980? top five for wednesday night at number five, made the hard shot, maryland, misses the easy one. it got better be
be published this afternoon? >> we are very hopeful. >> we are getting heads nodding. >> thank you. mary hunter? joe rodgers? edsel brown? >> good afternoon. it is indeed a pleasure to be here. i am edsel brown, and i am representing the maryland state naacp. i would like to say on behalf of our membership that the mortgage issue very adversely affected our community. we had a number of workshops and hearings around the state. i cannot tell you how many stories i could relate to you about horror stories that people experience. we appreciate this first step you are taking to make improvements in the status quo. a, well the bright lights are shining and everybody is here, everything is looking good. but this is a first step, not a last step. we are looking to improve the process, as we move forward. i have been involved in other regulatory processes. there are always holes in the fence. there are attorneys that will find the holes in the fence. let us make sure this is not a one-time thing over the next two or three years. i would like to mention a couple other things. one is information. informa
and hanging and finishing 17, 74-61 and st. mary's are now 12-3. >> stanford's in southern california, they lost 15 of their last 16. cardinals and browns, he goes lefty jump hook and big second half. 17 of his 23. 68-60 is the final. tonight at 11:00, cal and usf both in action. we'll have those highlights and hear from along rogers to face the 49ers. >> big game. thank you. >> no debating, this band has metal in its soul. we'll liu]+w87@çoj
highly destabilized and remain destabilized for a long period of time. >> mary jane deeb, thank you both. >> brown: online, you can view more of our reports on algeria and mali. those are on our "world" page. >> suarez: after months of planning for president obama's second inaugural, the moment has almost arrived. a holiday weekend of inaugural events in washington is about to begin. ♪ ♪ every four years since 1789, the military has massed its personnel to prepare for one of the grandest traditions in america, the presidential inauguration. ♪ ♪ the music rose before the sun during a rehearsal this past weekend and gave a hint of what to expect when the actual parade and ceremony happen monday. this celebration will be shorter and smaller than president obama's first inaugural. but because it falls on the martin luther king holiday, organizers say attendance monday may be higher than for any other second inauguration. published estimates indicate the private fundraising goal for the festivities is about the same as 2009 when $53 million was raised. four years ago, individual don
brown. thank you, everybody. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald >>> good morning, it's monday, january 14. i'm michelle griego. >> hi, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. it is nearly 4:30 on this monday. >> yeah. the big chill is here to stay for now at least. >> i guess so. temperatures are dropping as we wrap up another night of freezing weather. let's check in with our meteorologist who is right here, boy, it was chilly this morning. >> you know it's cold when there is a frost advisory in the city of san francisco. that doesn't happen very often but that's what we have now. we are looking at freezing temperatures developing around the bay area. if you are headed out the door, some very cold air settling in overhead. look at the way the wind direction is blowing. that's an offshore wind so we're catching that cold arctic air dropping into the bay area and the temperatures are going to be very weather is chilly. freeze warnings in the bay area lows into the 20s and 30s until about 9:00 this morni
. it is thursday, january 24. i am scott thuman. >> i am pamela brown, in for cynne simpson. stafford county schools and king george's schools are closed. storm watch coverage begins with meteorologist jacqui jeras. how much snow did we get? >> it varies across the region. st. mary's county got more than two inches. we are talking about only a fraction of an inch across the d.c. area. there you see super doppler. heaviest from fredericksburg stretching towards the delmarva, still falling. a very light snow in the district, north of the beltway, and south of frederick. 2.3 inches fell in thin mary's county. charlottesville received 1 inch. 0.8 inches in winchester. about the same in woodstock and front royal had a half inch of snow. temperatures are little better because of the clouds over night. 19 at dulles, 21 in d.c., 16 in gaithersburg. we have a winter weather advisory for all the metro area until 9:00 this morning. the worst of the snow is tapering off now. we will continue to see improvements through the morning. a little sunshine by 9:00 at 23 degrees. we will not the temperatures ge
. >>> that is the morning news for this tuesday. as always, appreciate you watching. i'm terrell brown in new york city. thank you, everybody, have a great day. watching. i'm terrell brown in new york city. thank you, everybody, have a great day. >> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald >>> hi, everyone. and good morning. it's tuesday, january the 15th. i'm frank mallicoat. >> and i'm michelle griego. time now is just about 4:30. freezing temperatures continue to grip our state. but we do have a warmup coming our way. with more on that here's lawrence. >> almost spring-like temperatures, one week every january we have one week that feels like spring but today it's cold. out the door freezing temperatures, everywhere you go numbers dropping down into the 20s and the 30s right now. you can see that air making its way from the land to the sea that offshore flow continuing so it is cold and going to stay cold for the better part of the morning and then things begin to moderate over the next couple days. freeze warnings are up in the north, south bay and east bay
for this tuesday. as always, appreciate you watching. i'm terrell brown in new york city. take care. have a great day. of >> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald. >>> good morning, everyone. happy tuesday, january 8. i'm frank mallicoat. >> what's up with the sigh? >> that's usually reserved for monday. [ laughter ] >> i'm michelle griego. >> did you hear the sigh lawrence? >> i did. here we go on tuesday, dense fog around the bay area, especially in the east bay valleys. chilly temperatures, plus the prospect of rain, coming up. >> we'll take a live look this morning at conditions across the golden gate bridge. i just saw lane change trucks drive by. overall just a couple of headlights making their way into san francisco. we have fog if you are starting your morning drive. we'll tell you where coming up. >>> a san francisco bar pilot is in for a grilling by the coast guard today. cbs 5 reporter cate caugiran is on treasure island in sight of the tanker that scraped the bay bridge in yesterday's fog. the tanker is behind me and will be here as the
on this wednesday morning. as always, i appreciate you watching. i'm terrell brown in new york. take care, everybody. have a great day. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald >>> hi, everyone. good morning. it's wednesday. i think we're all ready. february 16. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm michelle griego. time now is just about 4:30. of course, we're ready! we have our coffee this morning. >> and coffee is a wonderful thing. >> one of the first things we check on, is the coffeemaker working today! you need it today and, of course, some hot chocolate, too. very chilly temperatures. looks like much warmer temperatures are on the way. >> that is it? >> that is it! >> time to talk about traffic! out the door we have a lot of overnight roadwork out there including stretches of 880 southbound between 980 and 16th avenue. we also have a full freeway closure in the east bay. we'll talk much more about that and mass transit coming up. >> thank you. >>> at least two people are dead after a helicopter crashed
is to install almost 2,000 new micro grids in the rural areas by 2015. >> brown: fred's reportings a partnership with the under-told stories project at saint mary's university in minnesota. >> suarez: finally tonight, remembering the original dear abby. that's the name tens of millions of newspaper readers around the globe recognized for more than four decades. the woman behind the pen name abigail van buren was pauline phillips, born 94 years ago in sioux city, iowa. she provided snappy, frank advice in a column that eventually appeared in more than one thousand papers in its heyday before the age of the web. amy dickinson, who writes the advice column "ask amy", is one of many columnists who have followed in the years since. and she joins us now. welcome to the program. what was it about abigail van buren. was it her tone? her life experience? her sympathy? what made her so credible to so many readers? >> well, you know, i think it's amazing when i think about it because she started something over 60 years ago that's really basically still going very strong. what it is was, you know, she wasn'
nodding. >> thank you. mary hunter? joe rodgers? edsel brown? >> good afternoon. it is indeed a pleasure to be here. i am edsel brown, and i am representing the maryland state naacp. i would like to say on behalf of our membership that the mortgage issue very adversely affected our community. we had a number of workshops and hearings around the state. i cannot tell you how many stories i could relate to you about horror stories that people experience. we appreciate this first step you are taking to make improvements in the status quo. a, well the bright lights are shining and everybody is here, everything is looking good. but this is a first step, not a last step. we are looking to improve the process, as we move forward. i have been involved in other regulatory processes. there are always holes in the fence. there are attorneys that will find the holes in the fence. let us make sure this is not a one-time thing over the next two or three years. i would like to mention a couple other things. one is information. information is power. organizations like the naacp and other community organi
. as always i appreciate you watching. i'm terrell brown in new york take care, everybody. have a great day. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com and i'm michel 4:-- >> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald. >>> good morning. it's hump day. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm michelle griego. time now is just about 4:30. let's check weather with lawrence. >> we have a storm system headed our way. we could see a little rain today maybe a little snow tomorrow. we'll talk about that coming up. >>> and we want to get you started on your morning drive. from you about to head off, so far we have a lot of areas of overnight roadwork. this is a nice stretch, though. 880 in oakland. we'll have much more "timesaver traffic" coming up. >> all right, liz, thanks. >>> 4:30 now, flu season is off to a quick start in the united states and health experts are concerned it could be especially bad this year. cbs 5's cate caugiran joins us from san francisco with more on that situation. cate, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, frank. yes, hospitals in our area are
realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald allen and liz are off tonight. wn >>> good evening, i'm brian hackney. >> i'm juliette goodrich. allen and liz are off tonight. an upbeat governor brown laid out an optimistic vision of california's future in his annual state of the state. >> california's back, its budget is balanced and we're on the move. >> his live within our means message went over well with republicans. but cbs 5 reporter phil matier tells us that doesn't mean he won't face a few fights. >> reporter: whether it's not having enough money or don't know how to spend what you have, there's bound to be a tug of war but today, governor brown laid out his vision of where the money should go and it's classic governor brown. >> great state of california, the honorable edmond brown, jr. >> reporter: he invoked everything from the bible to the little engine that could but as messages go governor jerry brown's state of the state address was pretty much about one thing. >> living within our means and not spending while we don't have. the people have
that is it for "cbs morning news." i'm terrell brown in new york. take care, everybody. have a great day. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald >>> good morning. it is thursday, january 17. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm michelle griego. time now is just about 4:30. good news. another beautiful day on tap. it started out chilly yesterday but then -- >> yeah. still we have a couple of cold spots in some of the valleys but a lot of sunshine coming our way, mid-60s in the bay area all courtesy of mr. high pressure sticking around all day long. we'll talk about that coming up. >> we love our high pressure. thank you, lawrence. well, outside right now we're already watching one accident. it's eastbound 4 approaching 242. one lane blocked and roadwork in the area. we'll talk about that coming up. >> busy already. >> a little bit. >> thank you. >>> 20 hostages are reportedly escaped from a natural gas plant in algeria where islamic militants hold dozens of foreigners captive. a se
. >> brown: fred's reporting is a partnership with the under-told stories project at saint mary's university in minnesota. >> suarez: finally tonight, remembering the original dear abby. that's the name tens of millions of newspaper readers around the globe recognized for more than four decades. the woman behind the pen name abigail van buren was pauline phillips, born 94 years ago in sioux city, iowa. she provided snappy, frank advice in a column that eventually appeared in more than one thousand papers in its heyday before the age of the web. amy dickinson, who writes the advice column "ask amy", is one of many columnists who have followed in the years since. and she joins us now. welcome to the program. what was it about abigail van buren. was it her tone? her life experience? her sympathy? what made her so credible to so many readers? >> well, you know i think it's amazing when i think about it because she started something over 60 years ago that's really basically still going very strong. what it is was you know she wasn't a doctor, she was not a psychologist she wasn't really trained,
'm terrell brown in new york. take care, everybody. have a great day. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com this morning. >> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald. >>> good morning, it is thursday, january 3. i'm elizabeth wenger. michelle is off this morning. >> she is sleeping in. hi, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. it is nearly 4:30. it was cold this morning. >> not as cold as yesterday. >> pretty close. these temperatures down into the 20s and 30s again. we're looking at widespread frost. we'll talk about that coming up. >> on the roads, caltrans is back and busy. we roadwork in marin county and on 880. island tell you what that means for your morning -- i'll tell you what that means for your morning commute in a few minutes. >>> in san francisco, an overnight home invasion in the richmond district. cbs 5 reporter anne makovec is at the scene with more. >> reporter: investigators is here, csi on the way to investigate what happened. this is 40th avenue in san francisco's outer richmond district. you can see several officers here. f
news" on this thursday. as always, i appreciate your watching. in new york i'm terrell brown. take care, everybody. have a great day. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com take care, everybody. have a great day. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald >>> hi, everyone. and good morning. it's thursday, january the 10th. good to have you with us. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm michelle griego. time now 4:30. let's start with a check on the weather with elizabeth. >> all right. thank you, guys. and we're bringing out the hi- def doppler this morning. as you can see, we're talking very light scattered showers out this mainly along the coast but you will see hit-or-miss rain around the bay area. of so we'll talk much more about this plus when the sunshine is making a comeback coming up. >>> checking the roads right now, so far no accidents to report. just lots of construction out there. we are getting word of wind advisory on some bay area bridges including the bay bridge. more on that coming right up. >>
it will be published this afternoon. >> heads are nodding. >> thank you. mary hunter. joe rogers? ed? >> good afternoon. it is indeed a pleasure to be here. my name is ed brown and am represent the maryland state naacp, and i would like to say on behalf of our membership, that the mortgage issue very adversely impacted our community. similar to congressman cummings, we had a number of workshops and hearings around the state, and i can't tell you how many stories i could relate to you about horror stories about people experience. so we appreciate his first that you are taking to make improvements in the status quo, but while the bright lights are shining and everybody is here, everything is well and good, but this is the first step. it's not a last step, and we are looking to improve the process as we move forward. i've been involved with other regulatory processes. and again, this -- there's always attorneys can associations, et cetera. they will find the holes in the fence and let's make sure that this isn't like a one time thing over the next two or three years. i'd like to mention a couple other thi
Search Results 0 to 49 of about 52 (some duplicates have been removed)